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Radiology sponsors adoption fees of animals at local Animal Shelter

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  • Written By: Felicia Messimer
Radiology sponsors adoption fees of animals at local Animal Shelter

The Campbell County Memorial Hospital Radiology Department is an expert when it comes to CAT (or CT) scans—but, did you also know that they love cats, too.

Two years ago, Radiology Technician Bonnie Green adopted the last dog at the City of Gillette/Campbell County Animal Shelter. A supporter of animal causes, Bonnie said she likes to help out the Shelter as often as she can. This year, she asked the Radiology Department if they’d help her make sure every animal at the Shelter had a home for Christmas. They overwhelmingly said yes!

In the Facebook Gillette Area Classifieds Group page on December 12, Bonnie posted this: “If money this time of year is tight (as it always is) and that’s keeping you from adopting your new best friend, we wanted to do a little something to help you out.”

Bonnie mentioned today (December 14) that the Animal Shelter had updated her and there were a few adoptions yesterday because of their generous act. “We didn’t do this for recognition; we did it because we wanted all those animals to have a loving home,” Bonnie says.

So, if you’re looking for a four legged companion to join your household—or find their fur-ever home—Campbell County Health encourages you to check out the cats that are available at the Animal Shelter at 950 W. Warlow Drive in Gillette. Hours are Monday – Friday, 1-5:30 pm; Saturday 11 am-3 pm; and closed Sundays and holidays. You can call (307) 686-5249 for more information; or view their adoptable animals on Petfinder,

Click here to see cats available or adoption.

  • Category: CCH News, CCMH News, Radiology